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June 9, 2006

DIY Web Server not using a Computer

at 6:56 am. Filed under Cool Gadgets, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks

Sylvain Ferrand from France has made a Web server that you could build and stuff in your pocket. No hard drive, monitor, CD-Rom drive etc. Just a handful of components and some code. Take a look at his site for the schematic and components you need.

“The ENC28J60 is a single chip 10mb Ethernet controller easy to drive by a microcontroller with SPI bus. It’s a cheap low pin-out (28 pins) chip available in various package including SPDIP, so it’s a good choice for the electronic hobbyist.
The chip is pretty new and it’s difficult to find informations about it. In this web page I will try to compile informations gleaned over the web about this chip.”


 

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5 Responses to “DIY Web Server not using a Computer”

  1. BronzeG3 Says:

    Sounds like a cool project. I actually have some ENC28j60’s in my basement that I never used. Yay for free samples.

  2. noob Says:

    another enc28j60 webserver project:
    http://avr.auctionant.de/avrETH1/
    http://avr.auctionant.de/avrETH1/fotos-vom-webserver.html

  3. Peet Says:

    BronzeG3! Where did you get the chips? Is it possible to request it as a sample?

  4. wpm Says:

    ENC28J60

  5. Web Hosting Says:

    Where can I found chip like this online? Or anyone can arrange a few for me trough the postal service?

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